The man had a five-year relationship with Lady Dee. He personally admitted it.
The former lover of the representative of the royal family of Great Britain, the late Princess Diana, 64-year-old Major James Hewitt visited Ukraine. He helps people affected by the Russian war. The Daily Mail writes about it.
It is understood that Hewitt has completed a mission and will return to Ukraine before Christmas.
In particular, he works with Help4Ukraine, a charity founded by 67-year-old writer and activist Lord Nicholas Monson.
This organization takes Ukrainians to a safe place, buys medicines and ambulances.
“James Hewitt is not involved in the cause for personal glory, he is doing a great job for the general good, and before Christmas he will go to Ukraine again,” said Lord Monson.
In addition, Hewitt had previously created his own charitable organization, HOP, which engaged in similar activities.
“We covered 4,000 km in three days,” Hewitt said of the latest mission.
He noted that he was near the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, where he rescued 36 refugees, a cat and a dog.
It is worth noting that Hewitt became famous in 1986, when he was a young officer of the court cavalry. He then began a five-year affair with Princess Diana. He personally confirmed this to Panorama’s infamous controversial journalist Martin Bashir.
It will be remembered that Princess Diana planned to move to the United States a few weeks before her death. At the same time, Lady Di did not intend to bring her children – Prince William and Harry. He wants to save his children from the scrutiny of the press, which he considers a kind of curse.
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